Single Author Books
A Field Guide to Climate Anxiety: How to Keep Your Cool on a Warming Planet. U of California P. 2020
The Ecological Other: Environmental Exclusion in American Culture. U of Arizona P. 2013
Latinx Environmentalisms: Justice, Place, and the Decolonial. Eds. Sarah D. Wald, David Vazquez, Priscilla Solis Ybarra, and Sarah Jaquette Ray. Temple UP. 2019
Critical Norths: Space, Theory, Nature. Eds. Sarah Jaquette Ray and Kevin K. Maier. U of Alaska P. 2017
Disability Studies and the Environmental Humanities: Toward an Eco-Crip Theory. Eds. Sarah Jaquette Ray and J.C. Sibara. U of Nebraska P. 2017
“Coming of Age at the End of the World: The Affective Arc of Undergraduate Environmental Studies Curricula.” In Affective Ecocriticism, edited by Jennifer Ladino and Kyle Bladow. U of Nebraska P. 2018
“Can a Green University Serve Underrepresented Students? Reconciling Sustainability and Diversity at Humboldt State University.” Sustainable Futures Speaker Series lecture published in Humboldt Journal of Social Relations, special issue on “Diversity and Social Justice in Higher Education.” 2017
Refereed Journal Articles and Chapters
“Environmental Justice, Vital Materiality, and the Toxic Sublime in Edward Burtynsky’s Manufactured Landscapes.” GeoHumanities 2:1 (May 13, 2016). 203-219.
“Nature Writing and the American West.” Cambridge University Volume on American Literature, edited by Susan Kollin. Cambridge UP. 2015
Mendes’ Bear 71.” Green Letters special issue on “Digital Environments and Virtual Worlds.” 2014
“Normalcy, Knowledge, and Nature in Mark Haddon’s The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.” Disability Studies Quarterly 33:3. 2013
“Environmental Justice, Transnationalism, and the Politics of the Local in Leslie Marmon Silko’s Almanac of the Dead.” The Journal of Transnational American Studies 5:1. 2013
“Teaching Jamaica Kincaid’s ‘In History’ as Environmental Justice Literature.” Colors of Nature: Identity, Culture, and the Natural World Online Teaching Resource. 2013
“How Many Mothers Does it Take to Change All the Light Bulbs?: The Myth of Green Motherhood.” Journal of the Motherhood Initiative 2:1 (August, 2011). 81-101.
“Endangering the Desert: Immigration, the Environment, and Security in the Arizona-Mexico Borderland.” ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment 17:4 (Winter, 2010). 709-734.
“Risking the Body in the Wild: The ‘Corporeal Unconscious’ of American Adventure Culture.” Journal of Sport and Social Issues 33:3 (August, 2009). 257-284.
Fresh Fruit/Broken Bodies: Migrant Farmworkers in the United States, by Seth Holmes. Southern California Quarterly (Summer). 2014
Bodily Natures: Science, the Environment, and the Material Self, by Stacy Alaimo. ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies of Literature and Environment 19:1. 2012
Environmentalism in Popular Culture: Gender, Race, Sexuality, and the Politics of the Natural, by Noël Sturgeon. ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies of Literature and Environment 17:3. 2010
Sense of Place and Sense of Planet: The Environmental Imagination of the Global, by Ursula K. Heise. ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies of Literature and Environment 16:4. 2009
“Reimagining Landscape.” Sowing Empire: Landscape and Colonization, by Jill H. Casid. Capitalism, Nature, Socialism 17. 2006
“The Power of a Picnic Table: How the Environmental Humanities Shaped A Field Guide to Climate Anxiety.” Invited essay for Association for the Study of Literature and Environment News Blog. April 20, 2020.
Co-author, Accessibility Guidelines for presenting and attending at the Association for the Study of Literature and Environment conferences. 2016.
Co-author, Guidelines for Bringing Undergraduates to Association for the Study of Literature and Environment conferences. 2016.